The American Migration and Transformation of Zen Chanting

Event: Guest Lecture: Stephen Slottow, Associate Professor of Music, University of North Texas
Date: Monday, October 1, 2012
Time: 4:00 PM
Location: MRH 2.604
Parking:
Details: LECTURE:
“The American Migration and Transformation of Zen Chanting.”Zen Buddhism has influenced Japanese traditional forms such as Noh theater and Shakuhachi music, as well as Western composers such as John Cage and jazz musicians such as Keith Jarrett. However, Zen Buddhist practice has, so to speak, its own indigenous music: the ritual chanting which, along with bells and percussion instruments, form a part of virtually every ceremony and formal event. Like other aspects of Zen teaching and practice, chanting has undergone a widely varied range of adaptations as part of its migration to the North American context. This talk focuses on varieties of performance practice, including how North American teachers view the function and purpose of chanting within the practice as a whole.

Stephen Slottow teaches music theory, is the author of The Music of Carl Ruggles (Pendragon Press, 2009), and is a former professional fiddler and banjo player. He has been practicing Zen in the Harada-Yasutani line since the 1970s.

Contact: Email – School of Music Information
Phone – Music Hotline (512) 471-5401
Fees: Free Admission

Announcing the 2012 UT Law Fair

UT Law Fair is an annual event that brings representatives from 130+ law schools to campus to recruit UT students. UT Law Fair is one of the largest school-sponsored law fairs in the nation! This is a unique opportunity to learn a great deal about many different law schools all in one day. Oftentimes the person at the booth is the same person who will be reading your application down the road! Law Fair is free and open to the public. Business casual dress is recommended.

UT LAW FAIR

Date: Thursday, October 4, 2012

Time: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Location: Texas Union Ballroom

More Info…

See the list of participating schools below

Admissions Panel: We are also offering a special admissions workshop during the Law Fair, on October 4 from 1-2pm in the Texas Union Sinclair Suite. Admissions committee members from UT, Baylor and UCLA will answer your questions and give you the inside scoop on the admissions process

Thank you,

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Liberal Arts Career Services Update for Week of Sept. 23 – Sept. 29

Liberal Arts Career Services – helping liberal arts students go “Beyond the Tower!”

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Open Source Center: The Open Source Center (OSC) is the US government’s premier provider of foreign open source material. The OSC is currently looking for students with foreign language abilities for full time and internship positions. Log on to your BTT Gateway account to learn more about the opportunity, Foreign Language Ability — Paid Full Time and Internship Positions with the DNI Open Source Center (Job ID 6337). Attend the information session to meet the recruiter on September 24, 6:00 pm in Parlin 304, and submit your application by September 30!

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The following are just a sample of the many jobs and internships you will find in BTT Gateway!

9/24 – Deloitte Consulting, Human Capital Analyst: Job ID 6361
9/24 – Deloitte Consulting, Human Capital Analyst Summer Scholar: Job ID 6362
9/27 – YMCA of Greater Williamson County, Part-Time Marketing Assistant: Job ID 6196
9/28 – DNI Open Source Center, CIA Data Scientist: Job ID 6395
9/28 – Office of State Representative Eric Johnson, State Capitol Internship: Job ID 6222
9/28 – Northwestern Mutual Financial, Financial Representative Intern: Job ID 6294
9/28 – MarketMaker Realty & Investments, Commercial Real Estate Internship: Job ID 6393

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9/24 – National Security Agency, Information Session: 12:15pm in SRH 3.122
9/24 – DNI Open Source Center, Information Session: 6-7 pm in PAR 304
9/24 – Natural Sciences Career Fair & Career Expo: 1-6 pm in the Frank Erwin Center, http://cns.utexas.edu/careers/events
9/24 – Technology Startup Village at the Natural Sciences Career Fair (see above)
9/24 – WESCO, Information Session: 6-7 pm in CAL 21
9/25 – MARSH, Information Session: 7-8 pm in UTC 3.124
9/25 & 26 – Engineering Career Expo: http://studentorgs.engr.utexas.edu/expo/students/index.cfm

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